Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 21:33:19 GMT From: nutmeggernopsameja.com Subject: Re: My Gas Gage Has a Mind Of It's Own
In article <85fn2o$b94$1nopsam1.deja.com>, malcolm532nopsameja.com wrote: > Nutmegger, > Sort of had the same problem guage, would go from full to empty in > about 100 miles and then take another 200 before the low fuel light > came on Hey, same exact thing! I go about 300 to 325 miles per tank. > You could take the guage sender assembly out of the tank and move it > around and see what the guage does. That's what I'll do first, I already priced a new one at about $90.00. >Taking it out is a pain, checking > the sender is easier which is why I did that first. Seems like almost every is a pain in a Saab. >Finally tracked two > problems down in my car, bad earth in the back of the car and a poor > connection to the guages (temperature gauge always seemed to read low) My temp gauge is alright.......for now. > The tank is plastic and unless punctured should be ok Thanks for the info! Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.